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Editors British Columbia: West Coast Editor 2005

West Coast Editor is available in Portable Document Format (PDF) and is sent by email monthly to members. Each issue is posted here for public viewing approximately one month after members receive it.

To view the journal, your computer must be able to read PDF files. You may use Adobe Reader, a free software program which can be downloaded from the Adobe Systems Web site. Adobe Reader, its predecessor Acrobat Reader, or other PDF-reading software (such as Preview, built in to Mac OS X) may already be installed on your computer.

The following issues are available for download from the year 2005:

November 2005

October 2005

September 2005:

  • Completely New Design for West Coast Editor
  • Profile of Kelly Parry, New EAC-BC Chair
  • New EAC-BC Executive Bios
  • Jeanette Hodge Abbink at the Western Magazine Awards
  • Greg Felton on Antiquated Pronunciation Rules

Summer 2005:

  • It's a Man's World After All
  • Enfeeblement of English
  • Cathy Stonehouse
  • Soulful Sounds of Microsoft Word
  • Choozing a Dikshunary
  • Survey Says!
  • BC Book and Magazine Week
  • At Your Fingertips
  • Print Futures Scholarship
  • What's in Store for Fall
  • Brain Teasers

April 2005:

  • Plain Language
  • Langara College Scholarship Award
  • To Be or Not to Be?
  • Felton Response
  • Back-Up
  • Survey Says!
  • BC Book and Magazine Week
  • Elections 2005

March 2005:

  • Quick and Dirty Backups
  • March Workshop
  • Language of Occupation
  • BC Book and Magazine Week
  • Save the Survey
  • Survey Says!
  • Your Association Needs You!
  • Print Futures Portfolio Show

February 2005:

  • Canada with a "u"
  • Where did that file go?
  • Webopedia
  • The pinstripe suit editor
  • Starting and sustaining your editing career
  • Survey says
  • What's on
  • Spring EAC-BC Professional Development workshops

January 2005:

  • Have blue pencil, will travel
  • It's all relative
  • Scholarship news
  • Survey says
  • Call for submissions to WCE
  • SFU winner
  • What's on

To view the newsletter, you require a software program that can read PDF (Portable Document Format) files. If you have a Mac, the built-in Preview application will read PDFs. For Mac and Windows, you may use Adobe Reader, a free software program which can be downloaded from the Adobe site.

Back Issues

The following back issues can be downloaded from this site: